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twenty-six-year-old

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  • The twenty-six-year-old made the switch from church singer to superstar the year before with the hit “Respect,” but June thought of her first as the daughter of influential Detroit minister C. L. Franklin.

    Burial for a King

  • Jesse Jackson, the twenty-six-year-old activist who had been at the Memphis motel with King, called minutes after the shooting.

    Burial for a King

  • In 2007 Abdul Haq Hanif, a lanky, bearded, twenty-six-year-old former spokesman for the Taliban, serving a six-year prison sentence in a jail in Kabul, confirmed that the Taliban leadership had settled across the border in Pakistan.

    The Longest War

  • Since she was a child, her mother has run a catering business, and the twenty-six-year-old spent much of her adolescence and young adulthood helping her mom prepare sauces and roll out doughs.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • Although Sutton did not specify a date, this would likely have been in 1988, when the twenty-six-year-old Obama was applying to Harvard Law School.

    Deconstructing Obama

  • When the twenty-six-year-old college graduate, Mohammed Bouazizi, set himself on fire in Tunis, he sparked a revolution that was more than 40 years in the making.

    Elza S. Maalouf: Arab-Style Democracy: The Answer to the Post Dictatorship Era

  • The Question: Can twenty-six-year-old Kari Lehtonen be a legitimate number-one goalie in 2010–11?

    Higgins Hockey Fantasy Index 2010–2011

  • Janine, a twenty-six-year-old junior high teacher, a HypoS responder, came to see Beth a number of times because she had debilitating headaches at the time of her period.

    SO STRESSED

  • Sue phoned her youngest son, Chris, a twenty-six-year-old lineman for a power company, who lived two miles away.

    The Dream Machine

  • It was at Cockroach Corner that a twenty-six-year-old operator named Arthur S. Rivera bought another old plane on July 12, 1972.

    Into the Story

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